This Part B is meant for when I’m traveling with my parents, since they typically like to try traditional food & snacks, prioritizes buying souvenirs (oleh-oleh), not good with long walks or stairs, and will take a bunch of pictures and selfies.
Part A: For Solo/ Local Duo Weekend Trip – Surakarta Itinerary Series
This Part A is meant for myself or people similar to me: Into museums and heritage places, don’t chase Instagrammable places, not a local-food hunter, have decent budget all-around, and eager to walk thousands of steps a day plus utilizing public transportation.
A Review of Surakarta
In short, Surakarta is a lovely place to live in, but could be a boring one to visit if you’re not into its richness in Javanese culture.
To Act Like You Belong (Because You Do)
Unless you already have experiences on something, most likely –at least at the beginning– you’d feel like you don’t belong.
#MHJ 9. Experimenting with Drug Test Kit
Because I take benzodiazepine for my disorders, my ADHD-ridden brain came up with this idea to try out the commercially-available drug test kit.
The result is this blog post.
#MHJ 8. Meds Check-Ins
Three out of 5 of my former and current prescribed daily pills are classified as psychotropics here in Indonesia.
Here’s a review for how they helped me and my mental health.